Bystander Killed in Car Accident on Sepulveda Boulevard
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (July 27, 2018) – A bystander who was standing near a bus bench was killed after two vehicles collided and one of them struck the person, a light pole and crashed into the bus bench on Sepulveda Boulevard, according to a report by the Los Angeles Fire Department.
The crash took place about 9:15 p.m. last night in the 3000 block of South Sepulveda Boulevard.
The Los Angeles Fire Department responded to the scene where the Toyota Rav4 and Ford Expedition collided at the intersection with National Avenue. The Expedition reportedly struck the bystander and killed the pedestrian. Police arrested the driver of that vehicle, but there were no further details.
Traffic Accident Investigation
At this time, it appears that the driver in the Ford Expedition is responsible for this person’s death.
We extend our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the person who died.
If a negligent driver or another entity is at fault for a collision resulting in injuries to you or a loved one, there may be grounds for a personal injury or wrongful death claim. While this is always a personal decision, for many the financial losses associated with a traffic accident are significant.
If you, or your loved one, have been hurt in a California traffic accident, we urge you to contact Johnson Attorneys Group today and speak with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers to help you. We will bring our expertise to your case and guide you every step of the way. Give our office a call at 855-703-4186 for a free consultation.
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